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Years back, every one would have bet on a suicide mission to reinvent modern Thai cooking in Bangkok….Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin remains today one of the leading Thai Gastronomic restaurants in Bangkok. 

Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin, the award-winning modern Thai fine-dining restaurant by Michelin-starred chef Henrik Yde Andersen, unveils its latest innovative Thai dishes on ‘The Journey’ set menu – available exclusively for dinner from 1 February 2016.

The new dishes include Tom Yam Soup DIY Noodles (spicy lemongrass soup served with homemade crispy prawn crackling and tofu noodle); Larb Ped (salad with snowballs and spicy duck marinade); Hor Mok Talay (spicy red curry flan served with crabmeat or spicy green frothy curry served with salted codfish); Nua Priew Wan (sweet-and-sour sweetbreads); beef with homemade oyster sauce; and Lodchong (pandan noodles served in coconut soup). 

Expect lots of visual performances and Thai molecular gastronomy tricks… While dining, we could easily imagine a culinary army busy preparing the series of miniature artworks, side dishes and details around each dish ….every serving we had impressive for the eyes and revealed true Thai flavours!

Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin is open daily for lunch from 12:00 to 15:00 with a three-course set lunch priced at THB 1,350++ per person and a four-course set lunch priced at THB 1,500++ per person. Dinner operates from 18:00 to 24:00. The new signature set menu ‘The Journey’ is exclusively available for dinner and is priced attractively at THB 2,900++ per person (food only). A la carte offerings, as well as wine pairing options, are available at lunch and dinner.

The menus are reviewed and updated regularly by Chef Henrik Yde Andersen, who frequently visits the restaurant.

For Kiin Kiin ‘s 10th year anniversary, the restaurant also announced the launch of Henrik’s latest cookbook ‘Kiin Kiin Modern Thai Cooking’, a comprehensive cookbook. The cookbook is priced at THB 3,000 (inclusive of government tax) and is available for viewing and purchase at the restaurant.

It incorporates the art of Western cooking techniques into age-old local recipes to produce a unique Thai-inspired modern concept. The familiar flavours of original Thai dishes are maintained within beautifully composed culinary presentations. The sister eatery of the Kiin Kiin Thai restaurant in Copenhagen offers a molecular take on domestic recipes and brings artistry and theatrical food deconstruction to Thai Haute Cuisine.  A series of Avant-garde interpretations of classical Thai dishes (soups, vegetables, curries, don’t miss the Tom Kha Gai!) inspired from street food favourites and Thai classics.

For more information or to make a reservation, please call 02 162 9000 or e-mail srabua.siambangkok@kempinski.com
*Prices are subject to a 10% service charge and 7% government tax

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